Top 10 Best Dubstep Artists In 2020
Dubstep has come a long way since the late 90's, where it began as an experimental type of music in the back alleys of Southern London. Its unique mix of syncopated drum and percussion patterns, ethereal sub bass frequencies and low emphasis on vocals has turned it into a popular music genre, with budding dubstep DJs coming out of the woodwork to bring the world a new, exciting rhythm.
The top dubstep artists are becoming extremely influencial in the music industry, bringing the world a new, popular genre of music that - although it might not be for everyone - is pumping out hit after hit. In fact, many of the best dubstep songs, long considered a small niche in the music industry, have started hitting the top 40 music charts, proving that the fan-base is growing very quickly.
This list will cover some of the most influential dubstep artists on the scene today. If you don't agree with the list, please mention some of your favorite artists in the comments, and they might get added.
Born: November 28, 1986
You simply can't have a list of best dubstep artists without including Benga - especially as he is so closely linked to the aforementioned Skream. Also hailing from Croydon in England, Benga started working in the music industry at a young age. There's no doubt that he's a kingpin of the dubstep empire, but he doesn't like being put in a box. In fact, that's probably the reason why he has taken the dubstep genre to new heights - he pushes the boundaries of what's expected instead of staying tied to its roots. However, at the moment his future within the industry is undecided. It'd be a shame to see such talent quit so young, although there have been rumours about a new album. The question is: will he or won't he?
Here we have another dubstep duo, this one stemming from Canada. The inspiration for the name 'Zeds Dead' came from Quentin Tarantino's blockbuster film Pulp Fiction, so it isn't as macabre as it sounds. This pair are revolutionary in that they have produced and released scores of songs themselves, releasing them to their fans for free. Dubstep tracks being given away to fans: are we looking at the future of music, right here?